2 + 2 (2012)

2+2 (Spanish: Dos más dos) is a 2012 Argentine comedy-drama film directed by Diego Kaplan and starring Adrián Suar, Carla Peterson, Julieta Díaz and Juan Minujín. The plot revolves around two successful friendly couples: Diego and Emilia, and Betina and Richard. One night, Richard and Betina reveal to Diego and Emilia that they are swingers and would like to swap partners with them, tempting Emilia. It was the highest grossing Argentine film in 2012.

Pennsylvania Train Stations: Restored And Revitalized (2007)

In the early 1900s, travelers could go anywhere by train. America's train stations provided a doorway to the world, becoming the heart of each community. They were part of everyday life serving as a backdrop for many mileposts in our country's history. Fr

Fujimi nichoume koukyou gakudan shirîzu: Kanrei zensen kondakutâ (2012)

Yuki Morimura is by all accounts a disappointment. The only thing the substitute teacher has going for him is that he is the concertmaster of an amateur orchestra. To the shock of the Orchestra, music prodigy Kei Tonoin has been recruited to be their first true conductor. Kei graduated from a prestigious music university abroad and his arrogant totalitarian attitude drives Yuki crazy. Worse, he threatens the potential relationship Yuki seeks with a girl from the Orchestra. In abrupt anger, Yuki abandons the group in the middle of rehearsal. Kei does not take this lightly as he has long been secretly lusting over Yuki. That night, Kei's rage and passion combine to change Yuki's life forever. In a battle for dominance, neither man is willing to admit their faults or face the truth, building to one shocking ending.

Johnny Reno (1966)

Johnny Reno is a 1966 American western film made by A.C. Lyles Productions and released by Paramount Pictures. It starred Dana Andrews and Jane Russell. It was directed by R.G. Springsteen, produced by A.C. Lyles, with a screenplay by Andrew Craddock, Steve Fisher and A.C. Lyles.

Katt Williams: It's Pimpin' Pimpin' (2008)

Taped live during a performance at the historic Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., Katt Williams' third stand-up comedy special finds the outspoken funnyman offering his unique take on the world of politics. Nothing is off limits as Williams touches on everything from the politics of Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and George W. Bush to questionable election advertisements, shady campaign tactics, and much, much more!

Kenny Loggins: Outside from the Redwoods (1994)

The Emmy-nominated Outside: From The Redwoods features an intimate set by Kenny Loggins packed with new arrangements of his greatest hits. Includes new versions of Footloose, Celebrate Me Home and This is It with special guest Michael McDonald.

Made in the USA: The 30 Day Journey (2014)

Forever changed by witnessing the devastation of an aluminum plant shutting down in his hometown, Josh Miller sets out on a 30 day journey across America to find out if “Made in the USA” still means anything. Throughout the journey Josh lives off of “Made in USA” products as best he can, and speaks to people in the heart of America about issues facing the country today as the continued outsourcing of the manufacture of goods erodes the manufacturing backbone of the American economy - and the dreams of countless workers around the nation.

Mariachi High (2012)

Mariachi High was a made for television movie that aired in 2012 on PBS. It was a documentary that followed a mariachi group from a high school that was located in South Texas for a year. The group was made up of Hispanic American students and were known locally for their highly inspiring sound and ensemble.


The life and music of violinist and founding member of the Juilliard String Quartet.

Stash (2007)

Bud sells marijuana from his rural cabin and keeps a secret trapped under his home, until two people try to rip him off.

Stormhouse (2011)

Stormhouse is a 2011 British independent horror film directed by Dan Turner and starring Grant Masters and Katie Flynn.

Stranger Road (2012)

Stranger Road is a drama about three very different but equally lost people. It begins with a meeting through an online dating website. This triggers a series of events that eventually lead to a terrible resolution. But who is the perpetrator and who is the victim?

Strawberry Shortcake: Let's Dance (2007)

Strawberry Shortcake: Let's Dance is an animated film released in September 2007, based on the namesake American Greetings property. This is the third theatrical release from DiC Entertainment in the 2000s.

The Axis of Evil Comedy Tour (2007)

In a time when East and West do not seem to understand each other, top stand-up comics of Middle Eastern descent, Ahmed Ahmed, Aron Kader, and Maz Jobrani, take it upon themselves to bridge the gap with an original comedy special.Special guest Dean Obeidallah, who's appeared on Saturday Night Live joins the Axis of Evil creators for this sold-out, no-holds-barred event that has made headlines everywhere from CNN to Newsweek.Nothing is off limits. Whether it's gay terrorists or the difficulty of flying in post 9/11 America, the AXIS OF EVIL COMEDY TOUR blasts stereotypes with outrageous humor.

The Distracted Mind with Dr. Adam Gazzaley (2011)

Hosted by renowned neuroscientist and M.D., Ph.D., Dr. Adam Gazzaley, The Distracted Mind delves deeply into attention, distraction, the myth of multi-tasking, and how to use the latest research to possibly improve our skills and abilities at any point during our lives. While the brain can seem almost boundless in its potential, it has limitations, such as processing speed, attentional limitations, working memory limitations, and sensitivity to interference, which can be both internal and external. Dr. Gazzaley explores the impact that multi-tasking has on our safety, memory, education, careers and personal lives. Most importantly, The Distracted Mind tells us what we can do to improve our attentional abilities and our focus as we age, and as media continues to dominate our landscape. From changing our behaviors, to literally changing our brains, Dr. Gazzaley shares information you need to survive and thrive in the information age.

The Fourth World (2012)

Filmmaker Mark Volkers explores the hidden world of slum dwellers on five continents.

The Gay Deception (1935)

The Gay Deception is a 1935 romantic comedy film starring Francis Lederer and Frances Dee. Writers Stephen Morehouse Avery and Don Hartman were nominated for the Academy Award for Best Story.

The Great European Disaster Movie (2015)

Filmmaker Annalisa Piras explores the identity crisis of current-day Europe and the complex challenges that are mounting against the Union's survival.

10 Minute Solution: Fat Blasting Dance Mix (2007)

NO TIME TO EXERCISE? We have the solution for you - the 10 Minute Solution!

9/11: Day That Changed the World (2011)

Learn first-hand how our nation's key decision makers responded in the face of chaos and catastrophe on 9/11.

A Brokedown Melody (2004)

A Brokedown Melody is a 2004 documentary surf film from Woodshed Films directed by singer/songwriter Jack Johnson and his film school friend Chris Malloy. Presented as a special screening to benefit the Kōkua Hawai'i Foundation at the Hawaii Theatre in Honolulu on August 11, 2004, the film had premieres during the fall of 2004 at the Malibu International Film Festival (MIFF) on September 16, 2004, at the Laguna Beach Festival of Arts during the 2nd annual Moonshine Festival on October 9, 2004, at the Arlington Theater in Santa Barbara in October, 2004, and at the Hawai'i International Film Festival (HIFF) in Honolulu in October, 2004. It is the fourth of The Moonshine Conspiracy films. Combining a wide range of styles of guitar music for the soundtrack, the film captures award-winning cinematography from surfing footage of various locations worldwide: Chile, Hawaii, Mexico, Jamaica, Tahiti in French Polynesia, and Indonesia. Surfers in the film include Tom Curren, Gerry Lopez, C. J. Hobgood, Rob Machado, and Kelly Slater. Also, Jeff Johnson, Jack Johnson's father, and a very youthful John John Florence make special appearances.

Alien Mind Control: The UFO Enigma (2015)

Thousands of people have had life altering UFO encounters resulting in unique psychic abilities. See who and what these visitors are and discover their intentions as well as the government's involvement for hiding this info from the public.

Rushin' Ballet (1937)

Rushin' Ballet is a 1937 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Gordon Douglas. It was the 154th Our Gang short that was released.

Sprucin' Up (1935)

Sprucin' Up is a 1935 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Gus Meins. It was the 137th Our Gang short that was released.

Sriracha (2013)

Sriracha is a 2013 American documentary film directed by Griffin Hammond. The film features David Tran discussing the origins of his Huy Fong Foods sriracha sauce.

Steal This Film (2006)

Steal This Film is a film series documenting the movement against intellectual property directed by Jamie King, produced by The League of Noble Peers and released via the BitTorrent peer-to-peer protocol.

Straight Acting (2005)

This touching and personal film explores how, from ice hockey to rugby and rodeo, gay men are discovering the bonds of acceptance and camaraderie through sports; in a world where hate and homophobia still persist. Growing up as the middle child in a strict Mormon family, Spencer Windes never found a place he felt truly comfortable. That all changed when he discovered the San Francisco Fog: a rugby team consisting entirely of gay men. Building on his own coming of age story, Windes discovers a whole diverse culture of gay amateur sports, and the wonderful and transformative impact that it has.

Stranger Than Fiction (2000)

Lives spiral out of control when four friends cover up a murder.

Tattooed Tears (1979)

Directors Nicholas Broomfield and Joan Churchill film a California youth detention center/training school.

USS Franklin: Honor Restored (2011)

This is a film that gives honor to the people who died aboard the USS Franklin. The ship was one that many thought would never die. It survived an attack by a Japanese bomber. However, that bomb brought about something that changed the lives of everyone on board.

Vampire Dog (2012)

Vampire Dog is a Canadian family film released in 2012 and directed by Geoff Anderson. The movie stars Collin MacKechnie, Julia Sarah Stone, Amy Matysio, Ron Pederson and Jodi Sadowsky. Vampire dog (Fang) is voiced by Norm Macdonald.

Wah Do Dem (2009)

Wah Do Dem is an American independent film directed by Ben Chace and Sam Fleischner in 2009 and released in 2010. The major roles are played by Kevin Bewersdorf, Sean "Bones" Sullivan (of Brooklyn band Sam Champion), and Carl Bradshaw, who played Jose in the 1972 film The Harder They Come.

Desire for Beauty (2013)

Four people undergo plastic surgery.

Dick Tracy vs. Cueball (1946)

Dick Tracy vs. Cueball is a 1946 American film based on the 1930s comic strip character of the same name created by Chester Gould. The dark and moody film stars Morgan Conway as Dick Tracy in the second installment of the Dick Tracy film series released by RKO Radio Pictures. Dick Tracy vs. Cueball was listed in the 1978 book The Fifty Worst Films of All Time.

Elvis: The Missing Years (2001)

Elvis The Missing Years follows Elvis during his Army Years with exclusive Interviews given by Family and Friends.

Gallagher: Totally New (1982)

The zany, unpredictable Gallagher is back in a comedy special taped live at the Mayfair Music Hall in Santa Monica, CA.

Gallagher: The Bookkeeper (1985)

In his 1985 special, Gallagher isn't really the bookkeeper, but he does know the three things that appeal to everyone: Money, Money, and Money. But forget all that... here comes the amazing Sledge-o-Matic!

Harland Williams: A Force of Nature (2011)

On the far horizon of fall-down funny, Harland takes comedy to whole new frontier! On a mountaintop deep in the Mojave Desert, Harland takes on Mother Nature in a hilarious stand-up set on the world’s biggest stage.

Ink & Steel (2014)

During a mob turf war, an aging enforcer hides a don's son in a rural farmhouse, and has to decide whether he should encourage the young man to follow in his father's footsteps or become a writer.

Merrily Yours (1933)

Sonny falls for the pretty girl next door and decides to take her to a party. First, however, he must get his little sister to go to sleep, which is proving to be harder than he expected.

Michael Jordan: Come Fly With Me (1989)

This biographical sports documentary film premiered in 1989. The film is about the life of one of the greatest basketball players of all time, Michael Jordan. From his childhood in Wilmington, North Carolina, to his rise to fame as one of the best prospects in college basketball while playing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the documentary covers the early years of Michael Jordan's life. Plenty of highlights of Jordan's world famous athleticism during NBA games and footage from the slam dunk contest which Jordan won is also included. Interviews of Jordan's coaches and teammates are featured, from high school, college and the NBA which reveals Jordan's personality.

Norman Mailer: The American (2012)

People share their stories of the controversial writer.

Pearl Harbor: A Day of Infamy (2004)

This is a tale of shock, the outrage, and the bitter resolution of those who lived through the raid. Relive that incredible day through the memories of those who survived and whose experiences put you there in the midst of the catastrophic attack.

Prairie Love (2011)

While traveling through North Dakota, a vagrant (Jeremy Clark) finds a near-frozen man, assumes his identity and steals the man's prison pen-pal girlfriend.

Whitney Cummings: Money Shot (2010)

Whitney Cummings gets the stage to herself in this debut special, which finds the young comedian riffing on a wide range of topics, chiefly the differences between men and women and how both behave in relationships.

William's Doll (1981)

William, an admitted boy, wants a doll, a request so unconventional that it nearly knocks the earth off its axis. We're all modern, forward-thinking folks here at RiffTrax, but the way William looks at his doll still managed to creep us out.

Yellowstone (1994)

Soar over majestic Yellowstone National Park and plunge deep into its beauty and history. The grand panorama of changing seasons in America's oldest and largest national park provides a stunning backdrop.

The Day Silence Died (1999)

El día que murió el silencio (English: The Day Silence Died) is a 1997 Bolivian drama film directed by Paolo Agazzi.

Shark in the Head (2005)

Charming, strange and very talkative, Mr. Seman spends his days meeting and greeting the many people who pass by his ground floor apartment window. At different times he is a philosopher, preacher, or even therapist--influencing the individuals he stops while his placid demeanor conceals a darker reality. When he befriends a beautiful, young woman, life changes dramatically and the normally hidden side of his world begins to take over. Imaginative animation and expressive digital effects are used to convey one man's unique view of the world, unfolding into a stunning cinematic powerhouse that combines comedy and drama for a touching story about how we influence the people we meet while being profoundly affected ourselves by the colors they bring to our own lives.

2014 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations (2014)

2014 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations.

Land of Legends (2010)

Hubei Province in subtropical Central China is the Land of Legends and a Thousand Lakes. It dates back to the 7th Century BC, when it was home to the powerful state of CHU. The epic history of Hubei includes the heartbreaking tale of MULAN, the young courageous woman immortalized in the DISNEY hit movie and the evolution of Wudang KUNG FU made world famous in the film "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon". Today, Hubei is home to the THREE GORGES DAM the largest Hydro Electric Plant in the world. This marvel of innovative engineering controls the raging torrents of the mighty Yangtze River, the bloodline of 5000 years of Chinese culture. Hubei is a Hi-Tech center, but its rich history is always present. Time honored traditions prevail in sacred BUDDHIST monasteries and on the Holy Mountain of TAOISM, which inspires the faithful with this eternal mantra of LAO TZU: "Nature has its way and everything has a place where it belongs. Those who tamper with nature will harm it and lose it!"

We Could Be King (2014)

Two schools that have been bitter sports rivals for 40 years are suddenly merged due to budget cuts. Now, their coaches strive to inspire the students to come together and lift one another up.

Nadie escuchaba (1987)

By wisely allowing the witnesses to speak, Nobody Listened tries to find the elusive truth by separating legend and the myth of the Cuban Revolution from the harsh realities and paradoxes of authoritarian power. This Award winning documentary reveals some of the brutal methods that helped Fidel Castro keep absolute power, and forces us to listen closely to accounts rarely taken seriously before. Nobody listened is a burning polemic with style to spare. Co-directed by Academy Award wining cinematographer Nestor Almendros, and Jorge Ulloa, Nobody listened whirls about and makes its points with rigor, verve and wit. This first-ever DVD release includes special update of the Cuban situation.

Bigfoot: The Evidence Files (2014)

You say you don't believe in Bigfoot, but hundreds of researchers in the field can?t be ignored any more. Bigfoot is real and the evidence is in! Over 20 researchers and witnesses have come together to present some of their greatest findings in support of this elusive creature that was mostly, until now, believed to be mythical. Evidence such as tracks, stick and rock formations, sound recordings, video of the creature, and more are presented to the viewer. And the evidence comes from all over North America. So sit back, watch, listen, and prepare to Believe! - Zombie Media present a Crypto Crew Productions film - Thomas Marcum, Ross T. Nisbet, Bobby Long, Jason Morse . Music by Derek R. Audette - Produced by Thomas Marcum (c)2014 Crypto Crew Production. All Rights Reserved. Running Time: 56 minutes - NOT RATED - Widescreen - 5.1 Sound !Watch for BLOOPERS after the credits!

Narcotic (1934)

A doctor (Harry Cording) begins a descent into drug addiction.

Unspeakable (2000)

Unspeakable is a 2000 exploitation film written and directed by Chad Ferrin.

The Alamo Documentary: A True Story of Courage (2004)

On March 6, 1836 the 13-day siege of the Alamo ended. Among the dead were three men destined to become martyrs and heroes: David Crockett, James Bowie and William B. Travis. Though considered a "small affair" at the time by victorious Mexican commander, General Santa Anna, the Alamo would take its place in history as a key battle of the Texas Revolution. Cries of Remember the Alamo! would eventually fuel an American victory over Mexico. The Alamo and its defenders grew into enduring symbols of courage and sacrifice in the face of overwhelming odds. Under the loving care of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, the neglected mission was transformed into a shrine that continues to attract thousands of visitors from around the world each year. Today, Living History groups stage reenactments of the battle to educate the public, while historians seek the truth in a haystack of conflicting eyewitness accounts. Controversy has always been part of the history and legend of the Alamo. Whether they hold traditional or revisionist views, people are passionate about their opinions. Since 1836, the Alamo and its heroes have been immortalized in countless poems, songs, plays, books and movies. The films of Walt Disney starring Fess Parker inspired a Davy Crockett craze that covered the nation with coon skin caps and merchandise ranging from games to salt shakers to ladies underwear. John Wayneʼs epic "The Alamo", took 11 years to make. Join us for an intriguing look at the Alamo featuring a host of fascinating people whose varying perspectives promise to illuminate a complex and controversial subject - • Interviews with authors, historians, anthropologists, reenactors, collectors, and others contrast and collide as history meets myth meets popular culture.

The Sexy Adventures of Van Helsing (2004)

From Seduction Cinema Studios, creators of the classic erotic spoofs Erotic Survivor, Play-Mate of the Apes and Lord of the G-Strings, comes a new and hilarious parody with plenty of bite and a lot at stake! It's a battle to save the hearts, minds, bodies and souls of the beautiful women of Ellinville University when dashing and beautiful monster-hunter Wilhelmina Van Helsing - great-great-granddaughter of the legendary vampire killer - battles it out with the nocturnal seductress Countess Dracula.

The Human Tower (2012)

Three countries. One passion to make a tower of hundreds of people, of their trust in each other, to get close enough and balance long enough, to go ten levels of humans high into the sky.

Children of the Wind (2013)

Two brothers and a cousin journey from humble fishing families on the tiny Caribbean island of Bonaire to become three of the best freestyle windsurfers in history.

Alfred Hitchcock: Master of Suspense (2013)

This is a wonderful and revealing film about famed horror and suspense director Alfred Hitchcock. You'll see behind-the-scenes of some of his most famous films including Psycho, Rear Window, Dial M for Murder, Vertigo and many more! Containing interviews, unique production shorts, trailers, film clips, news segments, and more, this collection offers a rare look into the life and times of this man who became a Hollywood legend and the undisputed Master of Suspense!

Thoughts Become Things (2010)

Thoughts Become Things explains the most powerful principle ever to be discovered by humankind. From visualization guidelines, to examples of exactly how to use and not use your words and actions, this DVD shares tools that have helped thousands of people all over the world to understand and harness the most fundamental of all life's principles.

Raise the Song: The History of Penn State (2008)

This 60-minute documentary produced by Penn State Public Broadcasting (WPSU-TV) brings to life the people and events that have taken the Commonwealth's land-grant university from its humble roots as the Farmers' High School to an internationally recognize

Samurai Johnny Frankenstein Black and White (2014)

This is the Black & White version of the Scott Shaw Zen Film, Cult Film Classic, Samurai Johnny Frankenstein Samurai Johnny Frankenstein is a Martial Art based Action Adventure that draws its influences from the Film Noir of the 1940s. This film finds Hollywood Private Investigator, Sam Rockmore (Scott Shaw) joing forces with Cyteck 342 AKA Hal (Kenneth H. Kim) who is a half man, half cyborg on a mission to rid Los Angeles of crime.

Transformation (2008)

A Music Video Meditation---Explore this 52-minute transformational audio visual experience. Combining amazing digital altered state animation, fractals, theta brainwave entrainment patterns and the complete Quantum Conscious Soundtrack by Wizardnow. Enjoy this incredibly powerful journey of transformation and well being.

Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle (2014)

From PBS - Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle examines the life and mysterious death of pioneering journalist Ruben Salazar. At the heart of the story is Salazar's transformation from a mainstream, middle-of-the-road reporter to a supporter and primary chronicler of the radical Chicano movement of the late 1960s. Killed under mysterious circumstances by a law enforcement officer in 1970, Salazar became an instant martyr to the Latino community--which had often criticized his reporting during his lifetime. Adding to the Salazar mystique is that the details of how he was killed have been obscured in the ensuing four decades since his death. Featuring material from recently released files obtained by the filmmaker, Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle removes Salazar from the glare of myth and martyrdom and offers a clear-eyed look at the man. The film, produced and directed by Phillip Rodriguez, includes interviews with Salazar's friends, colleagues, family members, and Salazar's own words culled from personal writings.

Weaving with Spanish Threads: An Immigrant's Tale (2015)

When we met Francisco Pérez, at 98 years old full of stories of immigrating from Spain, we knew we had something special. "Weaving with Spanish Threads: an Immigrant's Tale" is his story, and the story of the other thousands of immigrants from Spain who traveled first to Hawaii under 3-5 year labor contracts, and later settled permanently in northern California. They came in the early 1900s to work in Hawaii's sugar cane and pineapple plantations, and after their term was up, ended up moving to California rather than staying in Hawaii or returning to Spain. Francisco Pérez' own narrative is supplemented by interviews with descendants of other of these immigrants. The documentary is hosted by Jaime Cader, member of one of California's Spanish clubs who has spent many years helping immigrants and farm laborers. The documentary's director is Eve A. Ma, an award-winning filmmaker.

The Cigarette Girl of Mosselprom (1924)

A boisterous comedy satirizing Soviet life and filmmaking in the 1920s. The greatest work of Zhelyabuzhsky.

While Women Weep (2010)

In the midst of war, famine, disease, and poverty, three women in Kenya share stories of strength, perseverance, dignity, and triumph over adversity.

Beyond Lemuria (2007)

A college student's fate (Cristofer Sanders) is played out in two parallel narratives.

The Black Mountain Madman (2010)

In the early 1990's the DEA and local law-enforcement began a statewide crack down on hundreds of marijuana fields hidden in the forests of Oregon. Although rigged with bobby-traps and carefully concealed in the backwoods of several national parks the DEA was able to locate and shutdown all but a handful of the fields. It was just shortly after these events that a legend was born in the surrounding county of the Black Mountain State Park. Hikers enjoying the trails of the Black Mountain Park started disappearing, never to be found. Potheads looking for the remnants of the marijuana fields would venture into the woods and never come out. Some of the locals reported sightings of two men who would later come to be known as the Black Mountain Madman and his unholy servant Pillowcase... they call him that on account of he wears a pillowcase on his head. This local legend is the reason that brought five friends to the Black Mountain National Park. Disbelieving the legend as a scary story told over a beer by the locals, Jeff and his best friend Eddy, decide that instead camping at their usual site, this year they would try something different. Looking to relive some of their childhood campouts with scary stories around the campfire at night and hiking during the day they plan to camp in the very woods the stories talk about. Unfortunately their trip turns into their worst nightmare when they are terrorized by none other than the sadistic cannibal hillbillies, Madman and Pillowcase.

Down the River (2004)

Krit is openly gay, but his closest friend, Win, is questioning. As they grow older, their love is tested when the two finally explore their passion. "Down the River" is a daring exploration of friendship and intimacy.

Elephant in the Room (2014)

Whether in a boxing ring or hospital, Devonne Canady has always been a fighter, either as the underdog or for the underdog. In this Justin Ervin directed documentary, we follow the former. Watch Devonne, an Olympic boxing gold medalist/pediatric nurse/boxing coach as she mentors two inner city teenagers, Emily and Zaneta, through her non-profit gym Elephant in the Room Boxing Club.

Young and Handsome: A Night with Jeff Garlin (2008)

Jeff Garlin, a well known comedian returns to his hometown of Chicago to a sold out crowd for his hour long performance. Although Jeff is a very intelligent man, he loves to make himself look stupid, stupid to the crowd that is. His comedy is more than just a rib tickling episode, with his great flare for storytelling, Jeff will have you in stitches. Listen and laugh as he tells how he stole his first item, and another funny story when he talks about about fat men falling down. You'll never know just what will come out of Jeff's mouth.

Ghost in a Teeny Bikini (2006)

Ghost in a Teeny Bikini is a 2006 American made for cable erotic film directed by Fred Olen Ray.

Human Prey (1995)

A doctor goes mad (Why ?), starts killing "scum" vigilante-like, then organises cheap girlhunts in the manner of Count Zaroff. It like two movies. Jesus Franco's "Jack the Ripper" with Klaus Kinski ! more One man, tired of how life works, takes back the streets. No one is safe when the hunter comes around. Not prostitutes or gang members. He is the hunter, he has the hat.

Saturn Returns (2009)

Saturn Returns is a 2009 film directed by Lior Shamriz, starring Chloe Griffin, Tal Meiri and Joshua Bogle. It was written and produced by Lior Shamriz and Imri Kahn.

Monkeyshine (2008)

Monkeyshine follows Jake Truman, an everyday regular guy, in search of a legacy left by his Grandfather for generations. At his Grandfathers funeral, Jake is handed an envelope which contains a map of an island apparently called Monkeyshine. Jake must look into his soul and follow his heart to find out who he really is, and what he really wants, before he can set out on a journey that could change his life forever...

Beijing Besieged by Waste (2011)

Wang Jiuliang photographs China's growing garbage heaps and the people who scavenge from them.

Gottfried Helnwein And The Dreaming Child (2013)

Gottfried Helnwein and the Dreaming Child is a documentary following Austrian painter Gottfried Helnwein's efforts to bring the libretto "The Child Dreams" to a Tel Aviv opera house. An adaptation of a famous Israeli play by Hanoch Levin, the celebrated Israeli playwright, "The Child Dreams" explores themes of childhood, cruelty, and displacement. The opera itself stirred enormous controversy at the time, and much of that controversy and tension it created is palpable in the film. The documentary allows viewers the chance to view the intimate behind the scenes efforts of bringing such a work to life.

Killer Shorts (2009)

A horror anthology that is a throwback to the old days of horror when there were hosts to introduce the macabre to the eager audiences. The three unique tales. 'Puncture' - Dale and Gwen are having a typical night at home. Then one phone call changes everything. Suddenly, they find themselves in a dire situation and must contend with the evil in the darkness if they ever want to see the light again. It seems vampires are real...or are they? 'The Last Rendezvous' - Rubin & Samantha and Wendell & Angela are two couples who are in for the time of their lives when a scandal leads them all to an abandoned house. Now a killer stalks and terrorizes them without mercy. can they escape the masked maniac or will they die trying? 'Navstar' - Follow many travelers as they rely on the G.P.S. system to direct them to their destinations. When these strangers all are lead to the same mysterious place, they must confront an evil that lurks and waits for fresh victims.

El custodio (2006)

The Minder (Spanish: El Custodio) is a 2006 Argentine drama film directed by Rodrigo Moreno. It was co-produced by Argentina, Uruguay, France and Germany. (In English the title literally means: "The Bodyguard.") The motion picture features Julio Chávez as the bodyguard, and Osmar Núñez as the man he protects for a living. The film tells of bodyguard Rubén, who is in charge of protecting Artemio, the Argentine's Minister of Planification.

Red Boots for Christmas (1995)

It's nearing Christmas in a small town in Germany. Hans the shoemaker works into the night, purposely shut away from the holiday festivities around him. Alone in his shop, with no family and few friends, Hans has never learned the true meaning of Christmas. While he mocks the townspeople's merry preparations, Hans is visited by an angel who brings the promise of a very special gift. Hans eagerly awaits the return of this angelic messenger and crafts a gift to give in return--the finest pair of red boots ever made. As the story unfolds, Hans learns the joys of sharing and fellowship, and finally embraces the spirit of Christmas as he does indeed receive the ultimate gift -- a gift from God. A wonderful program to teach children the true meaning of Christmas.

Code Yellow: Hospital at Ground Zero (2002)

Made in the months following 9/11, Code Yellow: Hospital at Ground Zero, narrated by Brian Dennehy, relives the response of the hospital nearest to the World Trade Center attack from the moment the Code Yellow was sounded.

Red White Black & Blue (2006)

On June 7, 1942, 3,000 Japanese troops invaded Alaska, the only invasion of American soil since the War of 1812. Sixty years later, two U.S. soldiers who fought on the remote Aleutian island of Attu embark on a journey back to one of the bloodiest battles of World War II, where they relive the brutal 19-day combat that the American government kept secret.

Night of Fear (1972)

A young woman becomes lost in the woods after her horse runs off.

Furry Hamsters from Hell (2007)

Dr. Wells only wanted to breed the world's most perfect hamster. His world was turned upside down when the IRS came knocking on his door for unpaid taxes. Wells dies in a gunfight with the sheriff and IRS agent when they threaten to take him from his family's manor and hamsters. Now the ghost of Dr. Wells must defend his manor from a sorority pledge party from beyond with his man-eating army of Furry Hamsters From Hell. The film is a low-budget comedy shot on High Definition and most resembles the style and taste of the late great Benny Hill. If you like silly movies, you will love Furry Hamsters From Hell!

Manos: The Hands of Felt (2014)

"MANOS - The Hands of Felt" is a giddy puppet musical re-imagining of the cult classic "MANOS - The Hands of Fate." The film's story of a family vacation gone horribly wrong combines with the backstage drama of a movie shoot gone horribly wrong to tell the bizarre tale of fertilizer salesman-turned-film director Harold P. Warren. Filmed live in Seattle during the show's 2013 run. Not for young audiences.

My Name Is Nobody (2005)

When a drifter returns home after 10 years, he discovers that something terrible has happened to his family.

Ghosts of Great Britain Collection: Haunted Cotswolds (2011)

Terrifying, true-life tales of ghouls and the undead are woven into fascinating footage of the premiere historic sites and ancient architecture of the Cotswolds, the most beautiful region of England. This DVD doubles as a travel tour of the Cotswolds as the ghostly elements that lurk just beneath this area's rolling hills and lush vistas are revealed through many spine-chilling stories. 60 minutes of never before seen footage and Special Features.

Betsy Ross (1917)

Betsy Ross is a surviving 1917 American silent historical film starring Alice Brady and produced and distributed by her father William A. Brady.

All for Melissa (2007)

An aspiring filmmaker from Hawaii sets out on a quest to win the heart of a high-profile Hollywood actress, in the process realizing that his true love has been faithfully by his side all along.

Queen: Live at the Rainbow 1974 (2014)

Live at the Rainbow '74 is a live album by the British rock band Queen released in September 2014.

As You Like It (1936)

As You Like It is a 1936 British film, directed by Paul Czinner and starring Laurence Olivier as Orlando and Elisabeth Bergner as Rosalind. It is based on William Shakespeare's play of the same name. It was Olivier's first performance of Shakespeare on screen. It was the final film of stage actors Leon Quartermaine and Henry Ainley, and featured an early screen role for Ainley's son Richard as Sylvius, as well as for John Laurie, who played Orlando's brother Oliver. (Laurie would go on to co-star with Olivier in the three Shakespearean films that Olivier directed.) Bergner had previously played the role of Rosalind in her native Germany and her German accent is apparent in most of her scenes.

Fritänkaren (1994)

This is the commercial release of Peter Watkins ambitious and complex companion-piece to his highly acclaimed EDVARD MUNCH. THE FREETHINKER examines the life, art and times of August Strindberg, author of Miss Julie, Inferno and The Dance Of Death, depicting the notorious Swedish dramatist as a rebel, an idealistic and controversial iconoclast who openly criticized the hypocrisy of 19th century society.

Rust (2011)

Rust is a 2011 drama thriller about a group of small children caught in the middle of a world of crime and murder. After one of their childhood friends is found raped and murdered, the children are distraught. When they discover that the head suspect is an adult they know well, they refuse to believe he could have done the horrible deed. However, when another friend disappears, the children know they must take matters into their own hands to end the deranged warpath of the man they thought they could trust.

The Who and Special Guests Live at the Royal Albert Hall (2000)

This world-renowned theatrical production is performed live at the Royal Albert Hall in London England and filmed as part of the 25th Anniversary of Andrew Lloyd Webber's largely popular musical drama. With the starring roles of Ramin Karimloo as the all famous Phantom of the Opera, Sierra Boggess as Christine Daae, and Hadley Fraser as the role of Viscount Raoul de Chagny. This lavish production has changed the souls of thousands of people into loving and singing along with the music that not only captures the hearts of those who listen but also draws them into the world of opera.

The Dutch Masters: Bruegel (2000)

The life of Pieter Bruegel the Elder will always remain something of a mystery. We possess few details of his sixteenth century life, and we must rely on his surviving art to appreciate his genius. His work reveals Boschian themes such as the Follies Of Man, and he used a similar humor to convey his artistic message.

Autumn's Fall (2013)

Through a random series of events, a collection of bad decisions, and Eve Autumn's addictive personality she falls from her perch of opulence and riches to depravity and despair.

Production Hell (2011)

This film is a documentary based on three location scouts, who in the summer of 2010 went missing while on location. Some time later, their footage was delivered to authorities by mail and it had been manipulated and edited into a horror film. The trio's whereabouts is still unknown. 'Production Hell' combines the original footage of the missing cast and recent interviews from investigators, witnesses and colleagues. The location footage has been contaminated with unexplained sequences, sound effects and blurs the line between fact and fiction. It is near impossible to distinguish the reality of the disturbing events that transpire.